We all have a lot at stake in the recovery of Kings Bay. We all must work together to find the resources to clean Kings Bay, Crystal River, and our springs.
The Kings Bay Restoration Project effort is about restoring and protecting a vital resource. Kings Bay and Crystal River are great places to live and play and visit.
When we protect these “Outstanding Florida Waters” we’re not just protecting a way of life, we’re protecting economic vitality.
Every single person who lives in your neighborhood has an impact on the health of Kings Bay and Crystal River. The closer you are to the water, the bigger the impact. The most important thing to know is that you and every resident has an interest in and responsibility to do what they can. And, there’s a lot you can do.
If you live near the water join us in removing the invasive and harmful algae then planting and growing native plants. You can learn more about that by clicking here .
You can volunteer with Save Crystal River! Whether removing algae, planting eelgrass, or helping with our outreach, there are plenty of ways you can contribute. Email us today. Describe your skills. We’ll find a way for you to join our cause.
But wait, there’s more!
Thanks for coming to Citrus County! We appreciate your business and we’re glad you’re here. We do, however, have a special request. While you are loving our water, our scallops and stone crabs, while you are canoeing and kayaking and swimming with the manatees, please take extra special care to protect the things that brought you here.
Restoring Crystal River and Kings Bay isn’t just a responsibility of those who live in the area. Every person who visits plays a part in keeping our waterways healthy and vibrant for future generations.
Whether you’re a lover of fish, birds, manatees or trees, you can use your passion to inform, educate, and inspire and remind those around you that protecting these resources is a shared responsibility.